> Alan Cowen and Gautam Prasad
Understanding Contextual Facial Expressions Across the Globe
24 may. 2021 - It might seem reasonable to assume that people’s facial expressions are universal — so, for example, whether a person is from Brazil, India or Canada, their smile upon seeing close friends or their expression of awe at a fireworks display would look essentially the same. But is that really true? Is the association between these facial expressions and their relevant context across geographies indeed universal? What can similarities — or differences — between the situations where someone grins or frowns tell us about how people may be connected across different cultures?
cultural-relativism · emotions · facial-recognition · machine-learning